Nintendo Switch’s release games lineup unveiled

Against its March 3rd release, the Nintendo Switch’s starting games lineup has been unveiled. Nintendo has announced there will be no game bundled with the Switch, which is disappointing for most Nintendo fans.

The games that have been announced for the Switch are: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Just Dance 2017, 1-2-Switch, Skylanders: Imaginators and Super Bomberman R.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the latest installment in the Legend of Zelda series, and the first on the Switch. Ever since the title was released in 1968, it has appeared on every Nintendo console, and apparently, the Nintendo Switch is no exception. The game utilizes the graphic capability of the Switch to give an immersive gaming experience.

Get in the groove with Just Dance 2017. Dance along with friends and family to popular songs and have a great time on the Switch console.

If the Switch was to have a game bundled with it, I believe it should be 1-2-Switch. Players do not rely on feedback on the screen but rather sounds from the joy-con controllers. The game features mini games such as:

Quick Draw, which simulates a cowboy showdown,

Milk, which enables players to milk a virtual cow,

Copy Dance, where players take turns in making dance poses, which other players must copy in time to the music,

Samurai Training, where one player makes a swinging motion with his controller over his head, and the other must clap their controller, as if catching the sword,

Table Tennis, where players listen to rhythmic audio cues to hit back a ping pong ball, and

Eating Contest, where players hold the controller a short distance away from their mouths and make biting motions to try and eat as many sandwiches they can within the time limit.

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